Another 50 Parables
Mike Carrell, 2005 - 244 pages
After having identified in The 150 Parables, that the gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John were written in the literary form of the parables of Jesus, Michael Carrell reveals in Another 50 Parables, that three more books/letters in the New Testament were also written in the same literary form. The book includes the diagramed Stories of the Acts of the Apostles, Letter to the Hebrews, and 1 John. Another 50 Parables reveals several changes that had been made to the gospels of Luke and John nineteen centuries ago. This sequel to The 150 Parables, includes commentary on selected Stories from the earlier book. You will be amazed with the ribbon of intrigue and surprise that are revealed in Another 50 Parables.
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Chapter TwoPsalms Fish and Loaves
Chapter ThreeLukes Story 40
Chapter FourThe Original Acts
Chapter FiveAnticipation for Acts
Chapter SixLetter to the Hebrews
Chapter SevenJohns Net
Chapter Eight1 John
Chapter NineThe Mission
Appendix ILiterary Form
Common terms and phrases
150 Stories according acts angel anticipates apostles Appropriating the Wisdom asked baptized become beginning believed blood bread bring brothers brought called changes Christ coming commanded concerning dead death disciples earth entered entrusted faith fathers fish Focus gave Gentiles give given gospel hands happened healed hear heard heart Hebrew high priest Holy Spirit Israel Jerusalem Jesus Jews John John's gospel king land listen literary form living loaves look Lord Luke Luke's gospel Luke's Story Mark meaning mission Moses multitude offered original parables Paul person Peter preached promise prophets Putting into practice raised received Reflection returned Saul saying Scriptures sent seven sins speak spoken stayed stood Story section story statement tell temple testified things took voice Wisdom section Wisdom section Appropriating wisdom statement witnesses words written